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Sensors (IF 3.576) Special Issue on Intelligent Systems for Clinical Care and Remote Patient Monitoring

From: Giovanna Sannino <giovanna.sannino@icar.cnr.it>
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2021 10:36:46 +0200
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Dear Colleagues,
I deeply apologize if you received multiple copies of this CFP.

I am forwarding you an interesting Call for Papers on Sensors Journal 
(IF 3.576).
I do hope it can be of interest to you.



Special Issue on Intelligent Systems for Clinical Care and Remote 
Patient Monitoring


Dear Colleagues,

The year 2020 was definitely like no other. COVID-19 shut down the 
world, and its spread and resulting impact led to a global crisis of 
unprecedented reach and proportion. This virus has impacted all our 
lives and forced us to adapt—especially when it comes to access to 
healthcare services.

Recent innovations, such as the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in 
healthcare, but also other important technologies, have resulted in 
better communication and collaboration between medical professionals, 
improved virtual patient care, and generated the diffusion of a 
multitude of medical devices that are saving lives every day.

These tools will see an even more massive boost in 2021.

For these reasons, this Special Issue focuses attention on new 
technologies, tools, and methodologies for the development of new 
intelligent systems for clinical care and remote patient monitoring. 
Among them, we can cite micro/nano/cyberphysical systems; AI and machine 
learning techniques; early pathology detection technologies; e-health, 
mHealth, telemedicine, and digital solutions; and augmented reality for 
remote healthcare treatments.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

Fast, cost-effective, and easily deployable sampling, screening, 
diagnostic, and prognostic systems, including new methods for screening, 
using for example AI, ML, or other advanced solutions;
Low-cost sensors, smart wearable devices, and robotics/AI for 
telemedicine, telerehabilitation, telepresence, and continuous remote 
monitoring of patient parameters;
Innovative data-driven services, algorithms, and tools for data 
analysis, data management, and data fusion from various relevant 
privately held and/or publicly available sources;
Services for privacy, data protection, and anonymity in the use of 
mobile healthcare and prevention applications.
All these will help doctors and citizens in the management of both COVID 
and, especially, non-COVID-19-related pathologies.

The main topics include, but are not limited to:
     •    telemedicine
     •    smart sensors
     •    artificial intelligence
     •    remote monitoring
     •    data analysis
     •    data fusion
     •    data protection
     •    mHealth
     •    screening applications
     •    healthcare prevention

Guest Editors
Giovanna Sannino, ICAR - CNR Italy, giovanna.sannino@icar.cnr.it
Antonio Celesti, University of Messina, Italy, acelesti@unime.it
Ivanoe De Falco, ICAR - CNR, Italy,  ivanoe.defalco@icar.cnr.it

Key Dates
Deadline for Submission: DECEMBER 10, 2021

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